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    Miniature works

    Hi folks,
    I show you two of my last works...
    Las samuray 70mm size, modeled epoxic an painted acrilycs and oils.

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    ,..and second model, Achiles/Pit 60mm size, modeled epoxic and painted acrilycs and oils too.

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    My english is not well but I`ll try to reply any comment...

    Alex

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    oh my god those are inceridible
    are they really that small
    the last samurai model i thought it was a painting
    this is gr8

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    Outstanding! You really captured Tom Cruise's likeness in the first one. Excellent job! The second one doesn't really look like Brad Pitt too much, but it's still a mighty fine sculpture.

    I'm assuming when you say these are 70mm you are talking about the scale? So that would make these about 3 inches tall? Is that right???? That's insane!

    Oh..excellent paint job also.



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    Thanks Omar and fukifino, yes the samurai/tom size is 70mm top head to foots.
    Insane??? good term, but I have more insane thinks when I make models like mi avatar

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    I'd be interested in seeing the model you used for your avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fukifino
    I'd be interested in seeing the model you used for your avatar.

    I´ll post a new Thread this model with soon...

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    Good job on the Cruise sculpt. Looks dead on for such a small scale.

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    For the scale...these really nice. I knew who they were even without reading the captions. Congrats!

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    Thanks for your words, GoldMane and Scotty

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    Alexander

    My last movie hero proyect on progress "Alexander."

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    This one is modeled supersculpey with and 60mm figure size

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    Detail

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    ...And last so far,

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    I´ll show you the rest soon...

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    i think he wasn't really aiming for a perfect likeness, he was just capturing the essence of the character itself.

    BTW really nice! I'd want to get those!

    the Alexander one looks great! movie sucked though....

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    Quote Originally Posted by patdzon
    i think he wasn't really aiming for a perfect likeness, he was just capturing the essence of the character itself.

    BTW really nice! I'd want to get those!

    the Alexander one looks great! movie sucked though....
    Rigth Patdzon, inspired me in the movie but I try to represent more the historic subjet, show you my firsth Alexander version 54mm

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    Another proyect from Troy movie

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    I,mmmmm working...

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    Amazing, the faces are really mindblowing. Great details.

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    Mr Lopez,
    Outstanding work! your eyes must be sore though!
    very cool.


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    Thanks LigthKirtar and Merchan

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    ...Another Alexander step...

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    yo how in the world to u sculpt all this armor detail so evenly and symmetrical?
    its impossible, and even if i could make armor symmetrically with insane like ( which wont ever happen ) i will probably smudge it up by accident later.
    its unbelivable

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    i would like to start doing stuff like this as well wat kind of dough or other materials would i need?

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    beautiful, mind-blowing work!! They all read exactly the way they're meant to!

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    The Good

    ...Hello, i´m here again, this is a new Movie Heroe that I want to show us.

    CLINT "THE GOOD"
    60mm size, this is a metel coppy , the master was made epoxic clay.

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    Hope you like it.

    I´ll post the paint work soon...

    Alex.

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    It compliments also for these beautiful pieces
    you have one beautiful hand

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    Quote Originally Posted by manslauter
    yo how in the world to u sculpt all this armor detail so evenly and symmetrical?
    its impossible, and even if i could make armor symmetrically with insane like ( which wont ever happen ) i will probably smudge it up by accident later.
    its unbelivable
    took the words right out of my mouth. truly amazing work. the samurai armor esspesialy, due to all the little plates, must have been hard to pull off.

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    really amazing work!

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    Excellent work man. The scale these are done in is a true testament to your skills.

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    Thanks, Maurizio, Wakizashi, Saittam, and Scotty.
    Show you some pics original Samurai.

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    Best regards,

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    Excelente trabajo !

    Que plastilina epoxica usas?

    It's better to be remembered as the sand in the gears and not as the oil.
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    Thank for reply Dextermcspiece.

    6thSun. están hechos con plastilina epóxica de producción mexicana (plastiloca) y la figura a caballo es Supersculpey.
    Eres Mexicano??

    Saludos.

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